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RAPID POPULATION GROWTH-II
« ZAMBIA « TUNISIA
• IVORY COAST
t MALAWI CAMBODIA*
•GUYANA • PERU
•GHANA
• COSTA RICA
.BOLIVIA I LESOTHO               • MOROCCO
SIERRA* "PHILIPPINES
LEONE
• MAURITIUS
SOUTH KOREA
ECUADOR
INDIA
NIGERIA* *J U'GANDA
BURMA*              .CENTRAL
TOGO* AFRICAN REPUBLIC • SOUTH VIETNAM
• IRAN                                                                        -w..,u, •TAIWAN
• DOMINICAN REPUBLIC THAILAND LIBERIA                rninuni*   GABON*
•                EL SALVADOR* "COLOMBIA                  JAMAICA*    «LEBANON
•JORDAN 3AN                    ^SENEGAL
•HONDURAS
• TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
• GUATEMALA
NICARAGUA
300                       400
= PER CAPITA GNP
Figure 2. Proportion of national income spent on public education as a function of per capita GNP for 62 selected countries with per capita GNP below $700. Source:  (2).
Ministers of Education at Tokyo (April, 1962), reaffirmed by the subsequent Conference of Ministers of Education and Ministers responsible for Economic Planning of Member States in Asia (Bangkok, November, 1965). As summarized in another UNESCO study (5, pp. 21-22), the major themes that (000)		3.4		4.1